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million. and indiana, $1.7 billion. indiana, according to the u.s. department of labor, seems to have a real problem with dolling out a lot of money in what they called improper payments. >> that's just poppycock. >> reporter: he says in indiana, much of the problem is people failing to register with the state jobs board before getting money. >> i don't think these can be schashgtized as improper payments. >> reporter: but the federal government stantes pat. saying those safeguards prevent wrongful payments. >> we're holding them accountable to that. and we're saying you're not closing the gap when it comes to improper payments. >> reporter: the idea, making it that much harder for people like the chopper and others, to take your money right to the bank. >> so, mark, what's the labor department going to do about it? >> reporter: diane, one idea is to hand over the names of everybody who's actually received an improper payment to the irs and let the irs confiscate tax refunds. it's an idea that's gaining steam and already working in several states. and as a result of this story, diane,
in. in 2008, the supreme court ratified, okayed in indiana voter i.d. law and a whole bunch of states have these things to prevent fraud, which is part of good citizenship. i don't understand why you believe in the state of texas, we don't want illegals voting, do we? we want legals to vote. and legals have nothing to hide, nothing to fear as long as they have an i.d. card with a picture or something else that will pass for it. i don't understand what's wrong with that. >> this law goes much further than indiana does. indiana's not a covered jurisdiction under the voting rights act. and they don't have the history we do. we still have many, many problems with election officials denying african-americans and latinos the right to vote. we have examples of intimidation at the polling sites when officials don't get involved and allow people to exercise their franchise who permit people to intimidate them. we have other circumstances where individuals have been denied the right to cast provisional ballots. >> that's against the law. but the point i'm making is, i understand, sir. look, i w
to the end of the process. look what we've given santorum. kentucky, west virginia, north carolina, indiana, wisconsin, even if he won all of those states with gingrich in the race getting some delegates, romney coming in second or coming in third and getting some delegates, look what happens. romney still clinching the nomination. still clinches the nomination. maybe. maybe if santorum could take away california romney still clinches the nomination. santorum would also have to win some place like new jersey to deny him. even then romney would have a big lead. that's one scenario. even if you take gingrich out on theory he exits the race say after a santorum victory in louisiana. most polls suggest again even being extraordinarily generous to senator santorum that romney will be difficult to beat. let me show you that scenario. going to change the map a little bit. first we go back to where we are today. give you a scenario. even if you take speecher gingrich out, let's say again santorum wins wisconsin, indiana, switch that one, let's say he wins west virginia, we'll switch that one. he wi
by itself. but when illinois learned that indiana's aid application, which claimed more than $25 million in damages from storms in the last couple of weeks, had been approved by fema, senator dick durbin and others were outraged. >> to think that these local communities are our state can take care of this is naive. >> fema said denied applications are not unprecedented. last year, minnesota's request after storms and tornadoes was also rejected. >> turning down a disaster is never easy. we know there's real people and homes damaged. this is not about the people. this is really about in looking at the impacts of the state. >> illinois is appealing the decision. its congressional delegation and governor quinn will be meeting with fema officials on wednesday in washington. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >>> now to the latest on the most viewed viral video ever. "kony 2012." this week, people in uganda where it was filmed saw it for the first time. a big crowd watched the documentary about joseph kony, a brutal warlord who terrorized the region in the late 1990s and remains a fugitive. so
. it's good. >> and back home in indiana where i'm from it's 756789 crazy. >> so there is i had to come to california to get nice weather and i should have stayed home. >> and that is the only sign of the accident. chp and caltrans cleaned up the scene. there are no other cars and autopsy will be performed to see if there were health issues that contributed to the driver losing control. the chp does not believe drugs, or alcohol, were involved. >> thank you. and the north bay also gets the brunt of the storms, they're getting plenty of rain there tonight. we're live and like they say if the creek don't rise sh how does it look? >> well, it's rising a little bit but not anything to be concerned about. this is been raining here steadily. it has didn't stopped. the creek you've talked about, the notorious creek, there it is below us, now. and there is about five feet now. it might sound like a lot. they don't begin to worry until it reaches 11 feet. and there is is like a raising torrent because that is what it was. there is this runnoff from the rains, welcome to just about everyone excep
's just wrong about the data. in fact, the data from states like georgia, like indiana which have had photo id laws in place now for more than six years shows that it does not suppress the vote. in fact, the turn out of african americans and hispanics for example in georgia went up significantly in the state and the two federal elections held since then. in the lawsuits filed by organizations like the naacp and others against the georgia and indiana laws. those lawsuits were thrown out because the courts found they were run not discriminatory, and two because the plaintiffs couldn't produce anyone who would be unable to vote because of these voter id laws. >> ifill: pardon me. let me ask about this. what is the problem that these new laws are attempting to fix. >> they prevent a series of things. for example, impersonation fraud at the polls. voting under fictitious voter registration names or people who already died. voting by illegal aliens, and there's been plenty of cases of people registering and voting. also, they can deter individuals from voting who are registered in more tha
's home state, i'll give santorum west virginia, indiana, santorum, north carolina. okay? romney campaign is arguing with me, i'm doing this for a hypothetical reason. santorum is closing the gap, but romney is still getting delegates, and if gingg rf is still in the race, he can't close the gap. if the senator things it's ungracious to say mr. speaker, please get out, would you encourage other politicians to ask that? >> i appreciate that demonstration. i never heard the word if used so many times in a five-minute time span. >> i was giving all the states to your candidate. >> that's right, but you know, after tonight, i think it's going to be very interesting. the drum beat has begun, talking to newt gingrich, trying to get him out of the race, but like i said, we would flefrb do that. you know that, rick santorum would never do that. he's not that kind of guy. and it depends. wi have been calling on the conservative voters to unite behind us. this is another indication that proves we're not just a regional candidate. that's very important, and you know, if newt gingrich stays in, a lot
learned that indiana's aid application, which claimed more than 25 million dollars in damages from storms in the last couple of weeks, had been approved by fema, senator dick durbin and others were outraged. >> to think that these local communities or our state with its own budget problems can take care of this is just naive. >> reporter: fema said denied applications are not unprecedented. last year's minnesota's request after storms and tornadoes was also rejected. >> turning down a disaster is never easy. we know there's real people and real homes that have been impacted. this is not about the individual or the family. this is really about looking at the impacts to the state. >> reporter: illinois is appealing the decision, scott. its congressional delegation and governor quinn will be meeting with fema officials in washington tomorrow. >> pelley: dean, thanks very much. he's a mobster turned author. now the words he wrote may seal his fate. that's next. that's next. can you start the day the way you wa can orencia help? [ woman ] i wanted to get up when i was ready, not my joints. [ f
of some of the laws so much more restrictive than indiana, which was a law considered in crawford. that there are some possibilities where there's i.d.s required for absentee balloting as well as no manageable affidavit systems we see in texas, wisconsin, a few other places, those laws maybe constitutionally infirmed based on the constitutionality in crawford. there are a whole set of legal ideas and one that has been thrown around lately is a first amendment right of association case, and that's actually going to people with i.d.s. the idea that a person with id d their rights are challenges because they conditional organize in communities where massive numbers of people are without i dis. so that's very, very mushy. so don't -- no more questions on that one. we acknowledge that is very new and may not work. we continue to come up with new theories other than simply straight up this is a poll tax, but certainly where it's been made so restrictive that the burden test, the anderson verdict, we're really trying to find that balance, and it's been a real challenge. >> you're going t
indiana playing florida state in the final. >> oh. >> the seminoles being the national champs, bringing it home to the acc. >> well, i got to tell you florida state is looking great right now. >> wow. >> beaten duke in north carolina a couple of times, yes, indeed. >> let's take a look at the forecast -- >> -- murray state racers, all the way. >> cinderella. >> ron, i know, save my jet fuel. >> or your bus fuel. >> 76 degrees going to be the high, mostly sunny, gorgeous, a great afternoon not unlike yesterday. 83 yesterday at the science center, 80 degrees at bwi. life is really good these days, and particularly where you are it is a great local success story continuing. take it away pal. >> yeah, it really does. we are at walkenfuse chocolates, this is a huge deal employing a lot of people. we will tell you all about it when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,, >>> hi, my name is murf and i am from plano, texas, good morning, wjz. >> and good morning, from plano, texas. near san antonio. >>> you are looking at a beautifully clear day start here on first warning doppler we
and i gave him north carolina and virginia and kentucky, illinois, indiana and wisconsin and they are saying no way, but i will give him those states with gingrich still in the race. even under this scenario romney wins. say santorum wins pennsylvania and for some reason he wins new jersey and here's the big one. say he wins california. i am being generous and hypothetical, this is a dream scenario for santorum. most people would say i'm crazy b you he stops governor romney and goes to the convention behind him. this is with gingrich in. >> what happens in this scenario? newt gingrich is a powerful man clearly. >> gingrich would be a powerful man. ron paul would be a powerful man in this scenario and there a bunch of other people from jeb bush to chris christie and people would be walking around watching their every move to see what happens. here's the point. this is unlikely. this is a big money state. there is a big conservative base in california. governor chris christie is on team romney. that's giving santorum california, but let's do this other scenario. i top the c
and vaginal probes. indiana governor mitch daniels used to be on everybody's short list, then his secretary of state the top election official in the state was convicted of six felonies including voter fraud and mitch daniels said he hoped to still be able to have that guy run the state's elections. what? so the veep stakes have been weird. the republican running mate pool is not empty yet. for starters, there is rick perry, fox news reporting on preliminary negotiations for potential gingrich-perry ticket. both the perry and gingrich camps denied official talks but you never know. vp potential in the current field of candidates. you might remember when newt gingrich won in south carolina, all of his very excited south carolina supporters said they wanted rick santorum to be mr. gingrich's running mate. they chanted that at least. >> rick santorum showed enormous courage in iowa when had no money, nobody covered him and he kept campaigning. >> vp, vp. vp,vp. >> vp, vp newt gingrich basking this that idea. while newt gingrich used to enjoy sharing the ticket with rick santorum, mitt romney w
with the potential kentucky/iowa state matchup. >> you've got to go with kentucky. indiana's too tough. i like baylor. duke over baylor. mizzou looks very good to me. >> but one pick might surprise you. >> you had vanderbilt knocking off harvard. this is the the first time harvard's in since 1946. >> i know. listen -- >> you've got a degree from harvard. >> i've got a degree from harvard. arne duncan, my secretary of education is from harvard. i'll be rooting for harvard, but it's too much of a stretch. >> so who do you think will take it all, mr. president? >> national title game is going to be kentucky versus tar heels. i am going with north carolina. they're an older team, more experienced team, and since they won it for me the last time i picked them, hopefully i'll be able to get a little redemption for the last two years. i was doing great through the first round. and it was all downhill from there. >> we'll see how yo do, mr. president. you won't have to compete against willard
of indiana. maybe somebody like a chris christie, the governor of new jersey. and of course the perennial favorite among many jeb bush the former governor of florida. but here is the deal. it's not as if these guys can wave a magic wand and say i'm here. vote for me. they have to register for these primaries. they've got to get people on the ground. it costs a lot of money and more than that it takes a lot of time and time is something they don't have. so the only hope for any of these saviors if you will, the only hope is the open convention and where neither romney nor any of the others can be able to solve the majority. it is possible an open convention can turn up anybody into a candidate. >> could this be the rare instance where california could determine the gop nomination? >> you asked me that a month ago, six weeks ago, i'd say nah, nah. the fact is we're still 12 weeks away from the california primary and which of course has the largest pot of delegates. a few minutes ago you showed us those numbers of delegates. guess what? that means as of tonight only about a third will have b
. i've been generous to santorum. i give him both illinois and indiana. some are saying no way. but i'm giving him those states to santorum with gingrich still in the race. look what happens. even under this scenario, romney wins. now, let's say senator santorum he wins pennsylvania. let's say for some reason he could win new jersey. here's the big one here. let's say he could win california. winner take all states. i'm again being generous and hypothetical. then this is a dream sequence for santorum. even then, yes he stops romney. he would go to the convention behind him. this is with gingrich in. >> hold on one second. what happens in tampa in this scenario? newt gingrich is a very powerful man, clearly. >> gingrich would be a powerful man. ron paul would be a potentially powerful man even with 125 delegates. and there would be other people from jeb bush to chris christie that people would be walking around watching them at their every move just to see what happens here. here's the point. this is unlikely. this is a big money state. there's is big conservative base in california. g
that are based on the indiana voter i.d. law will be found constitutional by the supreme court. what the justice department is using is section 5 of the voting rights act which gives them -- gives them the authority to prescreen any move in the voter voting laws in states that fall under their jurisdiction. megyn: they have a history of discrimination. >> many of these states have made tremendous progress in voting rights laws and practices. megyn: our viewers are familiar with that. what's new today is this appeal about it naacp to go to the u.n. human rights council. you know a thing or two about this body. are they in any position to be passing judgment on these states in america whether photo i.d. requirements are a violation of human rights? >> no, it's ridiculous on its face. but some of these groups have been to this body before because they know there are many actors within the mission that would like to embarrass the united states, and so it's disheartening that these american organizations, ng tos, would take this case to this body, this council just for the purpose of embarrassing the
. evansville, indiana. 14 wfie. sunny, bezy and 79 degrees. man, what a day. we are talking about much of the eastern two-thirds of the country looking at plenty of sunshine. a lot of wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest, northern california. mountain snows and record highs from the plains down into texas. into the northeast and midatlantic states. a little leftover snow, maybe two to four inches in maine including caribou. a back door cold front will bring temperatures down. still warmer than normal but dropping temperatures a little bit in the northeast. whoa, happy birthday. you better have that looked at. that doesn't look good. all right, cincinnati. i like the chili three-way. >>> we've got a steady stream of moisture moving onshore. especially ad long the peninsul and up in marin county. and the showers, right now, are out there the worst for the morning. as we progress through the next two hours, they will starto wind down just a little bit. but we're still talking about moderate rainfall in places like richmond, the marina district getting hammered right now.
, indiana. 14 wfi. sunny, breezy, 79 degrees. man, what a day. we are talking about much of the eastern two-thirds of the country. we are looking at plenty of sunshine. we can see we have a lot of wet weather, show. making its way into the pacific northwest. northern california. mountain snows as well. record highs from the plains down into texas. and into the northeast and mid atlantic states. little leftover snow there. picking up two to four inches northern maine including caribou and few showers. back door cold front. temperatures back down. still going to be warmer than normal. still drop our temperatures a little bit into the northeast. happy birthday! you have to have that looked at. that doesn't look good. all right, cincinnati. i like the chilly freeway. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >>> good morning. sunny and cool. 50s. we will have a rapid warmup into the 70s by noontime. head up around 08 degrees around the metro area by mid afternoon. even warmer than that. just to the south of washington and in virginia. then ove
the united states supreme court in 2008 upheld an indiana voter i.d. law very similar to this. unfortunately this has become par for the course with the attorney general and the justice department. we'll eventually win but there is no reason for playing politics with the voter i.d.. bill: senator, thank you for your time. john cornyn from texas on two topics. thanks to you. >> thanks, bill. bill: on these topics or anything else you want to talk about, go to our web site, foxnews.com, /americasnewsroom. click on the bya box and send your question. hemmer@foxnews.com o or@bill hemmer. alisyn: anything you want to talk about? you really want to put that out there? bill: you can pick your poison. alisyn: i can't wait to see the questions you get. bill: hour 1 minutes in the chair. you have the option. alisyn: i have questions for you. i'm going to send them in. meanwhile, american communities are facing a possibility of a economic disaster but what happens when local leaders are afraid to the make tough choices to balance the budget? that startling answer for you next. bill: a house committee v
, indiana. 14 wfie. season sunny, breezy and 79 degrees. man, what a day. we are talking about much of the eastern two-thirds of the country looking at plenty of sunshine. a lot of wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest, northern california. mountain snows and record highs from the plains down into texas. into the northeast and midatlantic states. leftover snow. picking up two to four inches in maine including caribou. still warmer than normal but dropping temperatures a little bit in the northeast. whoa, happy birthday. you better have that looked at. that doesn't look good. all right, cincinnati. i like the chili three-way. >> good morning. it will be another beautiful day with temperatures well above average. the average high temperature is in the low 50's. will make it up that's your lat weather, matt? >> thank you very much. when we come back, george clooney talks about a very important issue and his recent harrowing trip to africa. he'll sit down with ann. first, these messages. is this what we're doing now? i don't want a plunger anywhere near my coffee. not in
in the pennsylvania primary -- or was it indiana? thank you, alex. look at her, she took shots. now, that's connecting, right? do you remember that, guys? >> romney can't do that. >> right. he can't even do that! >> that's not a visual you want. >> it worked for her for a while there. actually, we do have something out of pennsylvania. quinnipiac poll. what are they saying at this point? >> yeah, head-to-head rick santorum to romney, no gingrich, head-to-head, santorum crushes him 52%. >> interesting. >> you would hope that would be the case. >> well, he did ultimately lose there. >> although among republicans, you would think that rick santorum should win that race by a wide margin. >> yeah, michael steele, the connecting issue. kathleen parker's piece, you bring it up, but who is he? he's not comfortable being himself. we've all spent time with mitt romney. very nice person. >> he is -- >> incredibly brilliant and lovely family. >> i've seen him in settings where he's just captivated the room and comes off very perso l personal, the voice isn't high-pitched. it's not strained. he's relaxed and very
indiana law back in, as i said, in 2008. it's nearly identical to the one in texas, and it is justified by a valid interest in protecting the integrity and reliability of the electoral process. but the justice department continues to insist that there's something wrong with requiring every voter to prove their identity before they vote, just like you're required to do before you board an airplane, before you buy a pack of cigarettes at a convenience store, before you buy a six-pack of beer at that same convenience store. or if you look on the web site of the department of justice, in order to gain entry to the department of justice billing, you need -- you guessed it. a photo i.d. so this may sound like common sense. common sense is evidently not that common at the department of justice these days. you would have to be blinded to reality to deny that a significant amount of voter fraud exists in the united states. every state has had its experience with voter fraud. in texas, back in the famous box 13 election between coch stevenson and lyndon johnson for the united states senate, they
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